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The group that has received the bulk of Ngāpuhi's $6m settlement negotiation funding is defending trips to Sydney and Perth, saying they were worthwhile. Audio
Ngāpuhi leader Pita Tipene has offered to stand aside from the Ngāpuhi treaty settlement process in the hope it will progress the iwi's claim, after the government pulled out of that process last…
Iwi investments in farming, fishing and land are paying off, with 31 iwi and hapū receiving an average return of 8.2 percent on their assets, according to a new report.
New Zealand First's recently announced Whangarei candidate and its leader appear to be at odds with each other over Māori seats.
A Northland paper failed to validate claims by an amateur historian that a pre-European race of people settled New Zealand, the Press Council has ruled.
More than 100 former wards of the state gathered at Parliament today to call for a full government inquiry into the abuse they suffered while in state care. Video
Former state wards who were victims of abuse will deliver a petition and an open letter to Parliament today, calling for a public apology and a full inquiry. Audio
The Tuhoe prophet was imprisoned for resisting arrest after troops stormed his home and killed his son just over 100 years ago. Audio
Māori Television has confirmed it will no longer screen the controversial Australian comedy Jonah from Tonga.
Māori Television's board had no knowledge controversial Australian comedy Jonah from Tonga would be broadcast on the channel and has vowed to axe it.
Helping young children realise the consequence of drug and alcohol use is what Waipareira TaiTamariki programme is all about.
Local Māori say they have been fighting to access the marae where Labour's international interns had been housed.
More than 200 members of Ngāti Whakaue iwi have marched up Pukeroa Hill and to Rotorua Hospital to protest the axing of their cultural team, Te Hunga Manaaki.
A Rotorua iwi is demanding an apology after Rotorua Hospital said five iwi members were no longer wanted for its cultural ambassador unit. Audio
One of the groups trying to unite New Zealand's biggest iwi so it can pursue treaty talks says it's disappointing the government is walking away from the process.
The government been called 'totally arrogant' for hiring a director for its proposed Māori Land Service before contentious legislation creating the agency has even passed.
An amateur historian is under investigation for taking human remains in a bid to prove his theory that Māori were not the original settlers.
Former New Zealander of the Year Dr Lance O'Sullivan wants the anti-immunisation crowd to leave his family out of the debate.
A group of grandmothers had to forfeit the artworks they'd travelled to London to display, after a cabinet minister's sister broke her commitment to pay their bills, they say.
A Māori smoothie marketed as Whai Ora, or wellness, will be sold in four Asian countries after a deal was struck this week in Malaysia.
Māori Television chief executive Paora Maxwell, who has resigned three years into his five-year contract, says he has few regrets.
Players and supporters filled The Cloud on Auckland's Viaduct as the final curtain came down on the ninth World Masters Games last night.
Hunters and butchers from around Bay of Plenty are working together to help families left homeless by the devastating flooding in Edgecumbe. Video
A retired couple had been in their Edgecumbe dream home for just a week, after 10 years of working and saving in Western Australia's mines, when the flood hit.
Opposition Māori MPs are urging the government to take its controversial Māori land reform bill back to the Māori Affairs Select Committee for more consideration.